|Determining the degrees of needed support for first time parents in the immediate and early post partum period: a dissertation - Fraktman, Marilyn Grimes|
This study investigates the needed support for first-time parents in postnatal care.
Keywords: Postnatal care
|Dialogue: a qualitative study of a faculty development intervention to assist faculty in exploring the practitioner assumptions that impact their role in higher education and medical education: a dissertation - Qualters, Donna M.|
The Dialogue study is concerned with understanding how Dialogue could be applied to faculty development. Dialogue is a structured form of group interaction developed as an organizational behavior tool (Isaacs, 1993) which creates space for practitioner assumptions to be probed and insight into practice achieved… The study focused on self-selected multi-discipline faculty from a four year institution and a public medical school...
Keywords: Dialogue analysis; College teachers -- In-service training
|Dimensions of the paraeducator experiencefacilitating the inclusion of children with identified special education needs in general education classes: a dissertation - Riggs, Cathryn Griswold|
This study investigates the role of teacher's assistants with special education students in mainstreamed classrooms.
Keywords: Mainstreaming in education
|Dispelling the myth of the non-singer: changing the ways singing is perceived, implemented and nurtured in the classroom: a dissertation - Pascale, Louise M.|
Many American classroom teachers fervently claim not to be able to sing and are considered 'non-singers.' Studies reported here reveal a paradox : put in a context where singing is approached from another perspective, those same people can and do sing. How did they come to think of themselves otherwise? A close look at the terms 'singer' and 'singing' reveals the ways in which the meanings of these words are socially and culturally constructed.....
Keywords: Singing -- Instruction and study
|Dynamics of teachers' aesthetic engagement with children's literature: a dissertation - Griffith, Susan C.|
This research study seeks to bring the missing voices of teachers into the conversation about teaching and learning children's literature at the college level. Grounded in an empirical base that affirms a need for this perspective, the study investigates and describes the dimensions, patterns and variations that constitute the dynamics of engagement that characterize teachers' experiences with children's literature as aesthetic experiences of adult reading...
Keywords: Children's literature -- Study and teaching (Higher)